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611 West 56 St by Álvaro Siza

611 West 56th Street is the first building in the United States designed by Pritzker Prize-winning master architect Álvaro Siza, with exquisitely crafted interiors by Gabellini Sheppard.

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152 Elizabeth

152 Elizabeth is an ultra-luxury condominium building—the first in New York City designed by Japanese master architect Tadao Ando.

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611 West 56 St by Álvaro Siza

611 West 56th Street is the first building in the United States designed by Pritzker Prize-winning master architect Álvaro Siza, with exquisitely crafted interiors by Gabellini Sheppard.

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The Sutton House

The Sutton House at 415 E 52nd St is a 19 story co-op building in Midtown East. It was built in 1956 and has 287 units.

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221 West 77th Street

221 West 77 is an elegant boutique residence located on a quiet, tree-lined section of West 77th Street. The building has a bit of a downtown feel with a nod to its Upper West Side neighborhood.

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555 West End Avenue

555 West End Avenue is a residential condominium building without equal in Manhattan. Inside a spectacular and meticulously restored architectural gem is an entirely new structure designed by Tamarkin Co.

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500W25

Inspired by modernism and its prime High Line location, 500W25 offers exceptional privacy in the heart of West Chelsea.

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570broome

570 Broome is a collection of fifty-four contemporary residences that draw inspiration from the history and style of West SoHo. From acclaimed architect Tahir Demircioglu, with impeccable interiors by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill

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The Alwyn Court, 180 West 58th Street

It was built between 1907 and 1909, and was designed by Harde & Short in French Renaissance style.

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Soori High Line

Designed with the resort lifestyle in mind, Soori High Line is meticulously crafted with thoughtful architecture, interiors, and landscaping by the award winning, global firm SCDA Architects.

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No. 33 Park Row

No. 33 Park Row - The Pearl On The Park Exceptionally intimate and designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

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